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How Does Device As A Service Can Help Your Company?

Managed services 05/14/2020 - 12:41 by Swami Nathan

How Device as a Service Can Help Your Business

The moment IT departments are saddled with tedious tasks, like security audits, tech refreshes, and setting up or decommissioning accounts, they can’t participate in making the strategic decisions that will add to their business’s bottom line. This can stifle the innovative potential of an increasingly vital department, which given the way tech advances, no business can afford and this is where Device as a Service comes into play.

What is a Device as a Service?

Device as a Service (DaaS) is a subscription service providing PCs, smartphones, and other mobile computing devices. Device as a Service eases a company’s IT needs by outsourcing the infrastructure, software, and equipment maintenance to outside providers. Subscribing to a Device as a Service provider will allow an organization to scale up and down physical devices as required, and more regularly and easily upgrade to newer hardware without much strain on the organization itself.

How Does Device as a Service Enable IT?

Here are the top five forms in which organizations will benefit from a Device-as a-service subscription Engagement;

1. Budgetary Easiness

Device as a Service can include, at a reasonable monthly rate, hardware, software, and services. Simplifying the cost structure saves both money and the time wasted on budgeting. With Device as a Service, companies that need to scale up to meet demands or scale down due to budgetary constraints can easily do so.

In today’s rapidly changing tech world, where change occurs almost every day, this form of adaptability can only become more crucial to survival and growth — and having the versatility to adjust on the fly can play an essential part in keeping up with the competition.

2. Downtime Decreases

Accidents do occur. Let’s assume that an employee drops a gadget down a storm drain or drives a vehicle over it. Here’s what happens next: A clock begins to tick as to how long it takes for that employee to get up and running on a new or repaired device. And every hour that passes sucks out of the organization’s production hours. Companies also plan for this kind of situation by holding lockers full of extra equipment, but this is an inefficient resource use (especially for companies with multiple far-flung branches).

3. Users Inside Will Smile

Employees at the company want the latest and greatest technology — and don’t want to wait. The provision of refreshments and upgrades to the device can be time-consuming and process-intensive, and the longer staff wait the more imperative the need is. A Device as a Service provider should focus on satisfying these internal users by supplying them with the latest devices and innovative technologies to fulfill their needs at a cadence that makes business sense.

4. Strengthening Protection with Device Management

No matter the size of your business, your employees probably rely on multiple devices to do their job. Without the correct device management systems in place, this device fleet can grow rapidly from dozens to hundreds — even thousands for larger organizations.

It may take significant time trying to keep track of these devices, but it can be extremely difficult and repetitive to ensure that each system adheres to policy and safety standards.

Many vendors to Device as a Service provide security and software services. Having a provider of the Device as a Service solution also ensures that customers work with newer and more secure devices. This liberates IT managers from spending more time designing and implementing security measures and development solutions to help their companies become more successful.

5. Device as a Service Can Handle Disposal

Determining what to do with older devices is one of the biggest headaches companies face. Wiping them clean, finding out whether they can be reused, and redeploying or recycling them take time off contributing to the core competency of the business—not to mention the safety consequences of any data they still hold.

One of the best and fastest ways of improving overall productivity — and allowing IT to participate more fully in the development of a company’s strategic direction — is to outsource device disposal responsibility and accountability. While vital to the company’s success, Device as a Service vendor can handle this important process with secure and compliant methods.

If your IT team gets bogged down with repetitive activities, day in and day out, it might be time you looked at a new approach to free them up and make full use of their talents.

Combining protected devices with a controlled plan like Device as a Service that accounts for every device on your network would streamline your protection offering and make it more robust to external threats.

Get Started with Teceze!

When you start with Device as a Service, you can expect this to be:

1. A Conversation on Diagnosis

Every organization is different. That’s why Teceze is sitting down with you looking at the needs of your business and giving you personalized advice.

2. Placing An Order

We identify different people and use them to create catalogs for the products. In this way, every employee can choose from the devices best suited to the nature of his, or their job.

3. Description

All devices are delivered ready to use and configured to suit your needs – all the hard work has been done for you. If a new colleague joins the team, the package can be easily scaled up.

4. Surveillance and Continuous Assistance

The devices are tracked continuously over the entire lifecycle. That means that each device’s lifetime is predictable, as are the possible faults. Alongside end-user assistance, you should be able to solve any problems.

5. Life Cycle Ends

The devices are tracked continuously over the entire lifecycle. That means that each device’s lifetime is predictable, as are the possible faults. Alongside end-user assistance, you should be able to solve any problems.

The only way to protect what you’ve worked hard to build is to be vigilant when it comes to cybersecurity. If you’d like to know more about how your business can benefit from managed services, just give us a call, we are here to help.

Device as a Service (DaaS) helps organizations costs by taking a typical hardware device bundling it with a variety of services and software.